Strolling through the now fallow rows of a small farm that is the centerpiece of the Kingston YMCA Farm Project, an educational urban farm located on a third of an acre across from the Y, Alexander Rios, 16, recounts his work on the farm has changed it.
âBefore I started working here, I would definitely stay indoors all the time. Never active, just a redneck, âthe soft-spoken teenager said. He reluctantly began working on the farm when his parents insisted that he find a summer job and discovered that he loved the work and the community he had found. He’s also eating healthier now, he says.
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